Millions do. Our surgeons, Dr. David T.C. Lin and Dr. Simon P. Holland, have treated tens of thousands of patients who are now free from the need for corrective lenses.
Now, find out about our completely touchless, all laser procedure!
Why Choose Us?
1st in Vancouver
We’re the first in B.C. to provide refractive eye surgery and have been serving patients worldwide since
Customized Laser Treatments
Every person is unique. While some clinics focus on the quantity of intakes, our centre focuses on quality and offer customized treatments to optimize the quality of vision for each patient
Tens of thousands of success stories
As of Feb 2016, we have treated
refractive surgery cases
4 Easy Steps to Customized Vision
1) Start a Conversation
The first step, ideally, is research.
Feel free to phone or e-mail us to ask questions, or to order a free brochure. And don’t forget to ask your doctor for another opinion on refractive eye surgery.
2) Schedule a Free Consultation
Not sure if you are a candidate for refractive surgery? Scheduling a free consultation with us is the next step.
At this appointment, we will examine your eyes to ensure that you are a good candidate for the treatment. You will be shown an educational video, discuss the risks and benefits of refractive surgery with a patient counsellor, and then meet with our surgeon. Our goal is to help you develop a full understanding of your condition so that you can make an informed decision about whether to proceed with the surgery.
3) Schedule an Appointment for Surgery
If you qualify and opt for the surgery, the next step is to schedule the surgery appointment.
We recommend that patients take approximately 5 days away from work or studying. Keep in mind that while vision will be improved, you will likely not be able to see well enough to drive for a few days after surgery.
4) Follow Up Care
Immediately after surgery with our completely touchless, all-laser procedure, almost all of our patients are able to see well enough to send a text message on their phones. You will be free to do all activities after surgery, including aerobic exercises and weight lighting, as long as water does not enter the eye(s) for approximately 1 week.
You should see your doctor one month, three months, and six months after surgery.
For most patients, this is the end of the story; complete freedom from, or less dependence on, glasses or contact lenses.
Get in Touch
Our team has helped thousands of others, just like yourself. Get in touch today and ask us any questions you might have and we’ll do our best to assist you.
Interested in our free PDF brochure and free consultation? Make sure to mention it in your email or phone call.